Monday, 13 July 2009

Today's funny post

I thought is was amusing enough that a (male) midwife had spoken in public against the use of painkillers during birth. Having watched two births I've learnt a lot; specifically that the best option while discussing the subject when women are in earshot is to shut up. The Daily Mash, however, has (as usual) hit the nail on the head.

Dr Denis Walsh will be dragged from his office and taken to a paddling pool in the car park where three strong women will hold him down while another two take a seven-foot, solid pine hat-stand with six large curved coat hooks and put it in him.
They'll have to be quite strong, I think.

Emma Bradford, a pregnant lady from Peterborough, said: "No painkillers, no epidurals, we want him to be able to bond with the hat-stand.
He will, of course, have the next 18 years with which to come to terms with his responsibilities to the hat-stand.


  1. It will probably take 18 years to remove it.

  2. Gently does it.

    [/eyes watering]